Donkey Kong Country's introduction.
SNESNintendo
October 2018

Donkey Kong Country

There’s little doubt in Jimi Fletcher’s mind that Donkey Kong Country is an utter masterpiece, though one song in particular keeps him coming back for more.

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Raising the flag in Freedom Fighters.
GameCubeNintendo
September 2018

Freedom Fighters

N64 Jamesy talks through the long, hard road to becoming a grown-up, and how a chance discovery of Freedom Fighters led to a gaming experience still among his all-time favourites.

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Super Mario All-Stars.
SNESNintendo
July 2018

Super Mario All-Stars

The opportunity for Jimi Fletcher to play Super Mario All-Stars proved to be so alluring that he traded in his own personal sanctuary for it.

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Mario Kart Wii's congratulations screen.
Nintendo WiiNintendo
June 2018

Mario Kart Wii

While David Coates and his friends were no stranger to local multiplayer gaming, it took over 20 years to find the game that truly defined their sporting rivalry: Mario Kart Wii.

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Nintendo DSNintendo
April 2018

Mario Kart DS

Adam Smith discusses Mario Kart DS, and how the classic racer helped to introduce him to new people and understand the true potential of multiplayer gaming.

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Nintendo 64Nintendo
March 2018

Body Harvest

Like many, N64 Jamesy lent and borrowed games to experience what was otherwise out of reach. In the case of Body Harvest, it brought about the necessity to beat it on its hardest setting.

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"I 'ate that duck"
Nintendo 64Nintendo
October 2017

Banjo-Tooie

It took N64 Jamesy 15 years to play the game of his dreams. Now, he discusses why this particular big-name sequel deserves the benefit of the doubt.

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GoldenEye 007 - Intro sequence
Nintendo 64Nintendo
July 2017

GoldenEye 007

One of the best shooters of the 90s has just turned 20 years old, and Arron Timson relives his childhood obsession with this all-time, must-play classic.

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NintendoGame Boy Advance
April 2017

Kuru Kuru Kururin

One of the best-ever launch titles combined terrible parenting with dubious flying contraptions – and went against the trends set by its triple-A peers.

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